WWII for Kids: Dec. 30, 8:30 am – Noon Experience what life was like for children during WWII. Join us as we explore how life changed for children on the American home front during WWII. This program pairs perfectly with our 3D film, D-Day: Normandy 1944. A great activity during Christmas vacation! More Here
WWII Poster Project for Kids! Create a poster based on a WWII themed book or oral history and see your work hung on the walls of the Museum. Open to all grades. Posters due Jan. 10, 2015. More Here
Food Drive Competition | Again this year we are competing against the Stuhr Museum to see who can collect the most for our local food pantries. Please bring non-perishable food items to the Museum during regular business hours. Interested in making a cash donation? We take those too! Now through Jan 1
Frosty the Snowman: Sat, Jan. 10 10-10:45 AM | Frosty the Snowman is coming to town! Join us as we learn all about Frosty’s button nose and eyes made out of coal through song and dance. Students will also learn how to make snow and be able to create their very own snowman! Please RSVP 24 hrs in advance.
SIP (Spirits & Interesting People): Sat, Jan. 24 | We’ve picked 8 hot topics and lined up an expert on each. As the evening progresses, you’ll get a chance to meet with each in a small group setting. Ask whatever you like! Did we forget to mention there will be cocktails? Get your tickets today!